|Hypericum - a code of practice
||Obsidian coast is a curatorial organisation / residency space etc. They have launched a really great initiative recently called Hypericum - a code of practice. The project is "a research project developing a collectively produced, ever-evolving code of practice for feminist, antiracist, anticolonial and environmentally sustainable arts organising". I think there will be public workshops throughout the programme, and the working group will publish some outcomes. In general it seems like a really nicely structured project - check it out on the link below!
|The Journals of Aesthetics & Protest
||This was mentioned in a really great talk/workshop I attended on alt. art education! Lots of information on here so have a read.
|TOMA open crits
||TOMA (The Other MA) is a really great alt. education organisation in southend on sea and they host open crits online, email Emma on email@example.com to secure a space!
|Disabled People Against Cuts
||DPAC was formed by a group of disabled people after the first mass protest against the austerity cuts and their impact on disabled people in 2010. The website has a listing of local DPAC groups to connect with.
|Social Model of Disability
||The Social Model of Disability holds that a person isn’t 'disabled' because of their impairment, health condition, or the ways in which they may differ from what is commonly considered the medical 'norm'; rather it is the physical and attitudinal barriers in society – prejudice, lack of access adjustments and systemic exclusion – that disable people.
|Shape Arts Resources for Organisations to work better with Artists with disabilities
||Some resources compiled by Shape Arts to help improve organisations understanding of and confidence in working with disabled people, and to aid in making organisations more diverse, accessible and inclusive.
|Shape Arts Resources for Artists with disabilities
||"Getting into the arts and creative industries can be tough, so we've put together a short series of links to organisations, opportunities and advice to help you on your way."
||flatness.eu presents moving image works, develops research and writing around ‘Flatness: Cinema after the Internet’ and is curated by Shama Khanna. It hosts many curatorial residencies and opportunities for showing works online.